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XarlyX

Hi, My name is XarlyX and here's my problem:

I have a DTV reciever from the atom brand, today the controller has felt to the ground and now it doesn't work. i thinked in the batteries but i have unscrew the controller and the PCB is broken so looking to my arduino i thinked "Cool Idea" so i gathered the ir led from the dead controller and my arduino board but how it works the controller? i know that the controllers have a light code like morse but i don't know what could it be, where i can find that codes?  the full serial name of the dtv is Atom DT-56CHP an tdt reciever with usb and sd card reader.

so thanks for reading my problem and apporting any response

NI$HANT

If you want to decode the IR 32Khz bandwisth based morse code then you have to use a decoder like 1738 IR receiver and read its pin toggling intervals (the difference between the time the 1738 is on to off)
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XarlyX

Thank for your response but as you can see in the date of this message i didn´t get noticed of your reply by mail so i bought an universal remote who works perfectly.

Thanks you so much for your help +1 for you

NI$HANT

"Real Men can Accomplish  Anything"

- skype : nishants5  

ਫ਼ਤੇਹ ਕਰੁਂ!

XarlyX

Thanks, i will use your tip for making an ir reciever if i need it

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